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n00ber

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I was looking in my application date folder and found this strange file..anyone knows what is this??

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cybertech

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Looks to be something for wireless...is that how you connect?
 
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Ah, so your the one keeping those idiots at X10 in business! Haven't you had enough of pop up ads yet?

Looks like a baby sitter cam and vcr setup. Records only when there is activity. Now the question is...... If you didn't install the camera and vcr - who did? Where is it setup? What are they hoping to see?

I smell trouble!

Steve
 

n00ber

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I REALLY DONT KNOW HOW DID IT APPEAR THERE, AND THERES NO INFO ON PROPERTIES!! i connect through DSL i dont have nothing wireless in my computer,

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Noober,

It is software that connects one or more x10 spy cameras to a remote VCR. It requires a camera, vcr, and a motion sensor. Do you have these things installed at your home? Is there a reason someone would have installed these items in your home? Like Security? Or, for more troubling reasons?

It is not the software itself that I would be concerned with, it is the fact that this software is used to control mini cameras that are easily hidden, to a remote VCR that can also be hidden anywhere.

Steve
 
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It might be a good idea to run HJT and post it to this thread to see if anyone can tell anything further about it. Just might provide some more clues to it all. Just a suggestion. Good luck.
 
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